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Georgia to render aid to Kyrgyzstan2010-06-17 10:22
According to Grigol Vashadze, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Tbilisi will send a humanitarian aid cargo to Kyrgyzstan - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The decision is already made, and details will be known after the due decree of the government," the Minister said. Not so long ago the Red Cross called on all countries to render aid to Kyrgyzstan, where situation aggrieved due to inter-ethnical clashes in the South of the republic. The new increase of tension in the republic after toppling President Kurmanbek Bakiyev this April started on June 11th in Osh [city in the South of the country].
Clashes between Kyrgyz and Uzbeks lead to robbing shops and markets, arsons of houses, marauding. Official data say 187 people were killed, but authorities admit the death toll in Osh and Jelal Abad regions of the republic can be much higher. June 27th, the date of referendum on adopting a new Constitution of the country, will be held. Experts call this event critical in the way to settling the situation.
Besides, on October 10th 2010 parliamentary elections must be conducted; in October 2011 - presidential elections.